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LET

Syntax

[LET] <variable> = <expression>

The LET command assigns the value of an expression to a variable.

Examples

' DIM some variables and assign values to them
DIM x AS BYTE
DIM y(10) AS INT
LET x = 5
LET y(2) = x * 2

In the above example, variable x is defined as a BYTE and y is defined as an INT array with 11 dimensional elements. Variable x is then assigned the value of 5 and variable y's second array element is assigned the value of the expression x * 2, which evaluates to 10 in this example.

Note

LET is an optional keyword and may be omitted when assigning values or expressions to a variable.

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